Ha Long Bay cruises have become a must do activity while travelling in Vietnam. Millions of tourists from all over the world flock to Ha Noi just to get a chance to see the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Though doing Ha Long cruises truly are an amazing way to discover the thousands of rock formations, people of course are still keen on doing more activities rather than just sit in a cruise and take photos.
Below are the top activities that you can do while travelling to Ha Long Bay
- Dining with Style
The dining experience on a cruise in Ha Long Bay is magical and incomparable to anything that you have ever done or to any restaurant that you have ever been. Just imagine yourself having a candlelit 5 course dinner while drinking wine with your loved one (or even by yourself), surrounded by huge limestone islands and islets; what else could you possibly ask for?
- Kayaking & Swimming
Being in a Ha Long Bay cruise requires a lot of dining in drinking. Thus, most of the cruise companies in the area have come up with water activities that are they’ve included in their itineraries so guests wouldn’t feel so guilty after eating all those seafood buffets. Kayaking and swimming is not really that special, but it becomes spectacular once you do it in one of the New 7 Natural Wonders of the World.
- Biking & Trekking
Other great physical activities for people visiting Ha Long Bay are biking and trekking in Cat Ba Island; the biggest island in the area. Biking and/or trekking along the jungles and open green fields of Cat Ba Island is a must do activity to stay fit while on a cruise.
- Squid Fishing
Since there’s nothing much to do on the boat at night aside from drinking and hanging out by the bar, most cruise companies have started organizing late night activities and teaching guests how to squid fish. It’s a good way to bond with your family and fellow travelers. Plus, you may request the cruise chef to cook the squids that you’ve caught and enjoy it!
- Tai Chi Classes
It’s not really everyday when you get the chance of waking up on a Ha Long Bay junk. Tai Chi classes are now being done as part of the cruise companies’ itineraries every morning for the guests to enjoy the magical view while exercising & relaxing.
See more information at: www.aucocruises.com